La Walon Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Naomi a fellow traveller we met on arrival and hit Kuta town for the evening.. Bounty and Sky Garden clubs were right up our street. Lots of dancing on tables, bars and podiums! To sum up our 3 nights in Kuta, there was a lot of bintang, dancing and local men calling us Lady GaGa or the Spice Girls! ...
... and make the journey much easier and less time consuming. The flights only cost us 29 pounds each so we thought why the hell not. It took ages for the payment to go through and after much frustration and multiple attempts we danced with joy when the screen came up saying 'booking confirmed' we are the pro's of all backpackers ; today has been a huge success and all it takes is a bit of spontaneity ...
... to go, the whole reason for this adventure was to celebrate and share Bryce's 40th Birthday on New Years Eve, so many thanks to our Australian living Aitchison's Bryce, Cherie, Josh, Marcus and Ruby, many thanks to our friends in Bali who made a difference to our time, Putu, Adil, Cuk, Wayan, Kora at Chai T House and Nengah, Ni Nengah and Wayan at Villa Rindik.
Selamat Tinggal, Selamat Jalan!!!
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... as to what was happening and I was frightened there was going to be a bit of a landslide so I took off. A bit scary really but luckily nobody was hurt. It was very close and it could have been very nasty.
While Nat surfed I perched myself in one if the cafés overlooking the waves. Like most of the cheap Bali cafés they are pretty grotty. The furniture is all old and worn and the decor is non existent. It is very third world with a miss match ...
... depth! If you are traveling down to Uluwatu from the north it's a good idea to set some time aside to stop in Jimbaran bay on the way back to sample some of bail's finest seafood. With tables and chairs laid out along its 3km's of golden sands and the sun setting over the Indian Ocean you'll be hard pressed to find a more beautiful view any where in the world. Anyway, back to Uluwatu, I didn't realize it's about 500 steps down hill in order to get to the beach, and all the shops, ...